Posts Tagged ‘Fourth of July’

Stompin’ at the Savoy

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July 4th, 2019 Posted 9:34 am

Many thanks to the Savoy Bookshop in Westerly RI for last night’s event. One of the most beautiful book stores we’ve ever been in. And no one threw anything – always the sign of a successful appearance. Plus it was very nice that we could be partnering with Stand Up For Animals, a wonderful organization. The Heart of Barkness tour continues next week, starting at Murder By The Book in Houston. (For tour info – click events at peterabrahams.com.) Meanwhile, Happy 4th, everybody! We just did a quick search for the word “American” in Chet and Bernie, and this brief excerpt from Scents and Sensibility popped up:

“But it wouldn’t be just!” said Mrs. Parsons. “Locking someone up for buying the wrong cactus? What country are we in?”

A tough question. The Valley was in Arizona, a fact I’d picked up fairly recently. Also we were Americans, me and Bernie. That was as far as I could take it. Maybe not far, but farther than Iggy. He wriggled around on the footstool, getting more comfortable, and began to snore.

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Happy 4th, Everybody!

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July 4th, 2018 Posted 8:33 am

Vladimir Horowitz plays The Stars and Stripes Forever. (With just two hands, somehow.)

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Happy Fourth, Everybody!

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July 4th, 2017 Posted 11:37 am

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Happy 4th, Everybody!

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July 4th, 2016 Posted 11:26 am

A country worth celebrating! We feel lucky to be part of it.

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